Advisory Council

What is an Aging Advisory Council?

The Federal Older Americans Act and the New York State Elder Law concerning aging network activities require each Area Agency on Aging (AAA) to establish an Advisory Council to represent the interests of older adults and review and comment on community policies, programs and actions, which affect older adults. The advisory Council is a key link between the community and the AAA in communicating the needs and concerns of older New Yorkers.

Who are Washington County's Advisory Council Members?

  • Department of Social Services
  • Public Health
  • 17 individuals appointed by their Town Supervisor
  • 2 members from organizations or agencies that provide services to individuals age 60 and older in Washington County 
  • 4 At-Large Members



Can anyone attend?

Yes. These meetings are open to the public and to additional organizations/agencies.
Click here to see Washington County Advisory Council By-Laws

Click here to view Meeting Minutes 

Advisory Council Representatives